界面设计模式(第二版,影印版)
Jenifer Tidwell
出版时间:2011年06月
页数:549
尽管目前已经存在了各种各样的用户界面设计工具,设计良好的应用界面仍然不是一件容易的事情。这本畅销书是极少数可以信赖的资料,它能帮助你走出设计选项的迷宫。通过把捕捉到的最佳实践和重用思想体现为设计模式,《界面设计模式》提供了针对常见设计问题的解决方案,这些方案可以被裁减以适用于你的具体情况。
本修订版包括了手机应用和社交媒体的模式,以及Web应用和桌面软件。每个模式包含了用全彩方式展现的运用技巧,以及你可以立刻取用的务实建议。有经验的设计人员可以把这本指南作为思想的源泉,而新手则可以通过它发现一条通往界面和交互设计世界的大道。
· 以更自信和更少猜测设计吸引人的易用界面
· 学会经常被错误理解的设计概念,比如受应性、视觉层次、导航距离和色彩的运用
· 获得针对特殊用户界面的建议,包括替代方案和什么时候不应该使用它
· 在觉得恰当的时候混和与重新组合用户界面设计的想法
· 基于图形化设计原则和模式美化用户界面的外观
“任何一个对界面设计感兴趣的人都应该把这本书放到书架上作为参考。这是目前最全面的常见界面设计模式的跨平台评测。”
——Dan Saffer
《Designing Gestural Interfaces》(O’Reilly出版)和
《Designing for Interaction》
(New Riders出版)的作者
Jenifer Tidwell是交互界面设计、信息架构和预设计分析方面的作家和顾问。她为很多公司,比如Goole和MathWorks,设计和搭建过用户界面。
  1. Introduction to the Second Edition
  2. Preface
  3. 1. What Users Do
  4. A Means to an End
  5. The Basics of User Research
  6. Users’ Motivation to Learn
  7. The Patterns
  8. Safe Exploration
  9. Instant Gratification
  10. Satisficing
  11. Changes in Midstream
  12. Deferred Choices
  13. Incremental Construction
  14. Habituation
  15. Microbreaks
  16. Spatial Memory
  17. Prospective Memory
  18. Streamlined Repetition
  19. Keyboard Only
  20. Other People’s Advice
  21. Personal Recommendations
  22. 2. Organizing the Content:
  23. Information Architecture and Application Structure
  24. The Big Picture
  25. The Patterns
  26. Feature, Search, and Browse
  27. News Stream
  28. Picture Manager
  29. Dashboard
  30. Canvas Plus Palette
  31. Wizard
  32. Settings Editor
  33. Alternative Views
  34. Many Workspaces
  35. Multi-Level Help
  36. 3. Getting Around: Navigation, Signposts, and Wayfinding
  37. Staying Found
  38. The Cost of Navigation
  39. Navigational Models
  40. Design Conventions for Websites
  41. The Patterns
  42. Clear Entry Points
  43. Menu Page
  44. Pyramid
  45. Modal Panel
  46. Deep-linked State
  47. Escape Hatch
  48. Fat Menus
  49. Sitemap Footer
  50. Sign-in Tools
  51. Sequence Map
  52. Breadcrumbs
  53. Annotated Scrollbar
  54. Animated Transition
  55. 4. Organizing the Page: Layout of Page Elements
  56. The Basics of Page Layout
  57. The Patterns
  58. Visual Framework
  59. Center Stage
  60. Grid of Equals
  61. Titled Sections
  62. Module Tabs
  63. Accordion
  64. Collapsible Panels
  65. Movable Panels
  66. Right/Left Alignment
  67. Diagonal Balance
  68. Responsive Disclosure
  69. Responsive Enabling
  70. Liquid Layout
  71. 5. Lists of Things
  72. Use Cases for Lists
  73. Back to Information Architecture
  74. Some Solutions
  75. The Patterns
  76. Two-Panel Selector
  77. One-Window Drilldown
  78. List Inlay
  79. Thumbnail Grid
  80. Carousel
  81. Row Striping
  82. Pagination
  83. Jump to Item
  84. Alphabet Scroller
  85. Cascading Lists
  86. Tree Table
  87. New-Item Row
  88. 6. Doing Things: Actions and Commands
  89. Pushing the Boundaries
  90. The Patterns
  91. Button Groups
  92. Hover Tools
  93. Action Panel
  94. Prominent “Done” Button
  95. Smart Menu Items
  96. Preview
  97. Progress Indicator
  98. Cancelability
  99. Multi-Level Undo
  100. Command History
  101. Macros
  102. 7. Showing Complex Data:
  103. Trees, Charts, and Other Information Graphics
  104. The Basics of Information Graphics
  105. The Patterns
  106. Overview Plus Detail
  107. Datatips
  108. Data Spotlight
  109. Dynamic Queries
  110. Data Brushing
  111. Local Zooming
  112. Sortable Table
  113. Radial Table
  114. Multi-Y Graph
  115. Small Multiples
  116. Treemap
  117. 8. Getting Input from Users: Forms and Controls
  118. The Basics of Form Design
  119. Control Choice
  120. The Patterns
  121. Forgiving Format
  122. Structured Format
  123. Fill-in-the-Blanks
  124. Input Hints
  125. Input Prompt
  126. Password Strength Meter
  127. Autocompletion
  128. Dropdown Chooser
  129. List Builder
  130. Good Defaults
  131. Same-Page Error Messages
  132. 9. Using Social Media
  133. What This Chapter Does Not Cover
  134. The Basics of Social Media
  135. The Patterns
  136. Editorial Mix
  137. Personal Voices
  138. Repost and Comment
  139. Conversation Starters
  140. Inverted Nano-pyramid
  141. Timing Strategy
  142. Specialized Streams
  143. Social Links
  144. Sharing Widget
  145. News Box
  146. Content Leaderboard
  147. Recent Chatter
  148. 10. Going Mobile
  149. The Challenges of Mobile Design
  150. The Patterns
  151. Vertical Stack
  152. Filmstrip
  153. Touch Tools
  154. Bottom Navigation
  155. Thumbnail-and-Text List
  156. Infinite List
  157. Generous Borders
  158. Text Clear Button
  159. Loading Indicators
  160. Richly Connected Apps
  161. Streamlined Branding
  162. 11. Making It Look Good: Visual Style and Aesthetics
  163. Same Content, Different Styles
  164. The Basics of Visual Design
  165. What This Means for Desktop Applications
  166. The Patterns
  167. Deep Background
  168. Few Hues, Many Values
  169. Corner Treatments
  170. Borders That Echo Fonts
  171. Hairlines
  172. Contrasting Font Weights
  173. Skins and Themes
  174. References
  175. Index
书名:界面设计模式(第二版,影印版)
作者:Jenifer Tidwell
国内出版社:东南大学出版社
出版时间:2011年06月
页数:549
书号:978-7-5641-2684-1
原版书书名:Designing Interfaces, Second Edition
原版书出版商:O'Reilly Media
Jenifer Tidwell
 
Jenifer Tidwell是技术计算软件厂商MathWorks公司的一名交互设计师和软件工程师。她擅长设计和开发数据分析及可视化工具,最近正在为MATLAB的数据工具进行新的设计。全世界有很多研究人员、学生和工程师使用MATLAB来开发汽车、飞机、蛋白质和宇宙理论等。她在网站设计方面也很有名,很早的时候就是一名RIA(Rich Internet Application)技术的倡导者,并在2000年初协助设计和开发了Curl。
Jenifer在麻省理工学院接受技术教育,并在马萨诸塞州艺术学院学习设计,但她一直没有停止学习。她从1997年开始研究用户界面模式。Jenifer热爱摄影和写作,并热衷于在新英格兰地区进行户外活动――骑车、划船、滑雪、攀岩。她的个人网站地址是http://jtidwell.net。
 
 
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